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NOTICE to Property Owners!
NOW IS TUP TIME TO PAINT YOUR SHINGLE AND METAL ROOFS OR SILOS WITH <3AS TAR. TWO COATS lime of THIS TAR PAINT WILL EXTEND THE LIFE OF YOUR ROOF FROM FIVE TO TEN YEARS ‘ • *1 | tOT/ITfyi 1 When you use ♦his tar paint you are taking no chances IT* w as you ers buytng it ficm a reliable fitm in your own city THESE GENTLEMEN Have Used this °aint and Have AuthorizedJJs to Give Thoir Names as Public Refcrence: 55r* AV^l Hanc°ck Mr. Will Moore Mr. Tom Bullard Mr. R. W. Getzendaner Mr. J. T. Painter Mr. A. N. Guthrie Dr. J. S. Berry Dr. Keplinger j ,-And many others_._ If youjlesira names of same will be furnished. 15 cents POT gallon Or 10 COntS 111 barrOl lots Sold by WAXAHACHIE GAS COMPANY, L Dortsch, Manager , 'TT### ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ J SPORTING COLUMN. ♦ STANDING OF THE CLl'118. Amrrinn I«wue. rlnb8__ played.Won.Lost. Pot. . 143 83 60 .580 . 139 80 59 .575 808 " 142 81 61 .570 rU".::' 140 73 67 .521 , Loots .... H3 74 69 .618 Cleveland .... HS 73 70 511 Washington .. 138 69 69 .500 Philadelphia ... 138 30 108 .21. National la-agile. dabs— Played.Won.Lost. Pet Brooklyn .... 135 81 54 .600 Philadelphia ... 134 79 55 .589 Boston- 131 76 55 .680 N>w York .... 132 70 62 .530 Pittsburgh.... 138 64 74 .463 Chicago ..... HO 62 78 .443 5, Louis. HO 60 80 .429 Cincinnati .... 189 53 86 .381 AMERICAN LEAGUE. CHICAGO, Sopt. 18. — Boston went into second place yesterday when they defeated Chicago, 6 to 2. Ruth was In Tine form and allowed (he locals but five hits, three of which, when bunched' in the first inning, netted two runs. Faber’s wildness in the second inning proved his undoing. He walked jGardner and Scott and Thomas fol lowed with a single, which filled the bases. Ruth then t>it a high bound er to Faber and before the ball came down Gardner scored. Hooper singled to center and Scott aryl Thomas scored, giving the world’s champions a lead which the locals could not overtake. The crowd which witnessed the game yesterday was said by the club officials to Be 49.990, the largest that ever has been in the South Side park. DETROIT, Sefit. 18.—Although playing a very poor game in the Held, Detroit managed to defeat Philadelphia 6 to 5 yesterday by hit ting Bush at opportune times and running the bases with good judg ment The gam^ went ten innings, Cobb scoring the winning tally. He drew a base on balls and went all the way from first to third on leach’s sacrifice. Crawford was pur Pwely walked to bring up Heilman, u right-handed batter. The latter drove a fly to deep center, on which Brown did not even attempt a .throw. Coveleskie pulled out of several tifht spots in which his poor sup port placed hint. BT. LOUIS, Sept. 18.—George Baler twirled his second game of the season yesterday and outpitched Waiter Johnson, St. Louis winning, 1 to 0. CLEVELAND, Sept. 18.—Cleve lud defeated New York. 9 to 7, the ttme being featured by hard hit and wildness of the pitchers. —i i _ 191/ TEXAS LEAGUE SEASON WILL UPEN ON APRIL 9 ' DALLAS, Texas, Sept. 18.—The o’; use in the constituti m of the Texas League prohibiting clubs in the second division from selling or trading players was repealed yester day. when nine officials of the lea gue met in annual session. The meeting was held at the Waldorf Hotel and lasted from 11 a. ni. umii 3:30 p. m. The old officers were re-elected, with on,e exception. The 1917 season will open on Arril 5 and end on Labor Day. Houston outvoted San Antonio for the schedule meeting to be held Feb. 3 and 4, when all the 1917 games will be arranged. An annual sinking fund to be pro vided fo» by assessment of 10 per cent of the gate receipts will be in augurated next year, the owners and proxie holders voting for this n.e&sure bv a majority. Second division clubs may sell or trade players after August 17. The Waco club was formally awarded the 1910 league pennant. Manager Hardy accepted the honor with a profound bow. Walter Morris of Fort Worth was re-elected president, secretary and treasurer; Wilbur Allen of Austin, first vice president, und Perry Weiss of Beaumont, vice president. The last named succeeds Morris Block of San Antonio. None of the old officers had opposition. Several details covering various matters of last season were discuss ed. Some discussion was had in re ference to a pnposed shakcup of umpires, but nothing definite was done in this direction. Balias, Fort Worth, Beaumont, end Houston will be hosts ti visit ing teams on the Fourth of July and Labor Day. Waco will end the sea son at Dallas, Shreveport at Fort Worth, San Antonio at Beaumont and Galveston at Houston. President Morris said he was well pleased with the 1916 seas in, from WHAT THEY DID YESTERDAY CHICAGO. Sept. 18— De troit held first place in the American league, as a result of its win over Philadelphia yes terday, but Chicago surrender ed second place to Boston. De troit is a whole game ahead of Boston and a game and a half ahead of Chicago. The stand ing: Club— Won.Lost. Pet. Detroit _ 83 60 .580.42 Boston .... 80 59 .575.54 Chicago .... 81 61 .570.42 There were no games i nthe National league. ULOMEL IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS! ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE _ i '***'* Linr Tone" Starts Your Liver Calomel and Doesn’t Salivate or Make You Sick. Take no mor® aiek »maiPaled when bilious or Calomel ; Uon 1 *OHe » day's work! la«f! rai.^,1 Mercury or quicksilver (atom?' wi nccroeie of the bones, •ith sour U ,Con*p* into contact £ at. Tv,;. • cr.a'"e® into it. breaking •*Wa an-t J*w ,n .vou feel that awful f* anj •,^InlPlnf- If you arc sluir W i, to™ i k*£“d nut ” if your *?°ahav?v. *?d bowels constipated t'Vue, jf dizziness, eoated W* take a « ' fj*d °r stomach sour **’« Liver T '"i:du °f harmless Dod ■ v Tone on ffiy guarantee. Here’s my guarantee—Go to any drug store and get a'50 cent bottle of Dod son's Liver Tone. Jake a spoonful to night and if it doesn’t straighten you right up and make you feel fine and vigorous by morning I want you to go back to the. store and get your money. Dodson’s Liver lone is destroying the tale of calomel because it is real liver medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore it can not salivate or make you sick. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod son’s Liver Tone will put your sluggish liver to work and clean your bowels <*f tl,at sour bile and constipated waete : which is clogging your system and male- , ing you feel miserable. 1 guarantee that i a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone wil keep your entire family feeling one for months. Give it to your children. It is harmless; doesn't gripe and they like it# pleasant taste. rw awe by Curb n*s Two Drug Stores. THE SWEETEST HTOH* EVER TOM) GREENVILLE. Pa., Sept. 18. —8evcn tons of honey were shipped from here by Edgar Williams, who received n check for $2,800 from the New Castle, l’a., buyers of the sweetness. a viewpoint of public support. Most cf the owners and managers made similar expressing. Waco and Slircveeort led In gate receipts. Beaumont and Fort Worth showed some improvement In 191*1 over previous years, it was said. A. D. Dolson, representing the Gal veston club, said following the meet ing that it is not certain that the Island City will have a team next year, as there has been decided apathy on the part of Galveston fans. He said a meeting will be held this week to take action on the matter. The following officers attended the meeting: Walter Morris and F. M. Weaver of Fort Worth, own ers of the Panthers; Joe Gardner of Dallas, owner of the Giants; Ed Stodraan of Beaumont, owner of the Oilers; Owner Benson of the Bron chos of San Antonio; Doak Roberts, end Otto Sens, manager of the flous t' n Buffaloes; W. A. Sullivan of Shreveport, secretary of the Gassers club; Ellis Hardy of Waco, mana ger of the Navigators, and It, R. R. B. Williamson and A. D. Dolson of Galveston, representing the own ers of the Pirates. » The Fort Worth and Waco men departed yesterday afternoon on in tel urban cars. Others left on night trains. i Hardy Again to Manage Waco Club. WACO, Tex., Sept. IK.— Ellis : Hardy lias been engaged to manage the Waco baseball 'teem for the sea ! son of 1917 and C. R. Turner has been re-elected president of the Waco baseball club. Mr. Turner and Mr. Hardy went to Dallas yesterday to ! attend the meeting of the Texas ! league magnates. I -- GLASS OF SALTS I CLEANS KIDNEYS I If Your Bark Hurls or Bladder Bothers You, Drink Lots of Water, When your kidneys hurt and your back feels sore, don't get scared and proceed to load your stomach with a lot of drugs that excite the kidneys and irritate the entire urinary tract. Keep your kidneys dean like ! you keep your bowels clean, by flushing them with a mild, harmless salts which removes the body's uri nous waste and stimulates them to their normal activity. The function of the kidneys is to filter the blood. In 2f hours they strain from it 500 ; grains of acid and waste, so we can readily understand the vital impor-j tance of keeping the kidneys active.! Drink lots of water—you can’t drink too much; also get from any pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast each morn ing for a few days and your kidneys will act fine. This famous salts 1h made from the acid of grapes and j lemon juice, combined with lithia, I and has been used for generations I to clean and stimulate clogged kid-1 neyg; also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer is a source of irritation, thus ending bladder weak ness. Jad Salts is in expensive; cannot' injure; makes a delightful effer-1 vescent llthia-wa'.er drink which ev-; eryone should take now and then to V*.heir kidney.' e’e* *: * ud *■ - tr < 'i •. • tl.il'. also keep ;» the w i ter drinking, and no doubt > ju wilt wonder what became of your kidney trouble and backalbe.— (adv.) hot Water for | Sick Headaches ' Telle why everyone should drink hot water with phosphate In It before breakfaat. Headache of any kind la mused by autointoxication —which means self ] poisoning. Liver and bowel poisons : called toxins, sucked Into the blood, through the lymph ducts, excite the heart which pumps the blood so fast that it congests in the smaller ar teries and veins of the head produc ing violent, throbbing pain and dis tress, called headache. You become nervous, despondent, sick, feverish and miserable, your meals sour and almost nauseate you. Then you re sort to acetanilide, aspirin or the bromides which temporarily relieve but do not rid the blood of those irritating toxins. A glass of hof water with a tea spoonful of limestone phosphate In it, drank before breakfast for awhile will not only wash these poisons from your system and cure you of headache but will cleanse, purify and freshen tho entire alimentary canal. Ask your pharmacist for a quar ter pound of limestone phosphate. ••HOOK l.ITTI.E KWH GIRL" GETS A HOME AT LAST Mrs. George S. Pai'kes. Ramona Borden, daughter of the millionaire Gail llorden, married [Georg© S. Parkes of Anderson, Bid , at Los Angeles the other day and j thereby at last acquired a liome. | Three years ago, when seventeen I years old, she ran away from n san-; Barium In New Jersey with two Washington women and was later found in Boston. Because of differ j ence:. between her father and mother she had not spent a great deal o i time with either. She gave out this! remarkable statement when she was returned 10 hi r father: “I wanted happiness. 1 longed forj a mother's love. 1 was weary of! boarding schools and the paid at- j fcctlon of strangers. I had jrlches at my command, 1 had servants at my beck and call, but 1 had no one to whom ! ©o.i'd <u«r i / b • t DaugMe" ot r h tv i,,!. i.re t t dways happy. i hu\en't had a home for years. What l wanted was Just i a home and a inot'-er" It Is Inexpensive, harmless as sugar, and almost tasteless, except for a sourish twinge which Is not unpleas ant. If you aren't feeling your betl, If tongue is coated or you wake up with bad taste, foul breath or have colds, indigestion, biliousness, con stipation or sourv add stomach, be gin the phosphated hot water cure to rid your system of toxins and poi sons. Results are quick and It Is claim ed that those who continue to flush out the stomach, liver and bowels every morning never have any head ache or know a miserable moment — Udv.) Time fan be wasted In n number of ways which affords more enter tainment and Instruction than tak Irg straw votes. , IIAVK l>AltK IIAIR axd i/H>K vorxti i \oImm1j run Toll When You Darken Gray, Faded Hair Wttli Huge Tea. Grandmother kept hair beautiful ly darkened, glossy nnd attractive with n brew of Sage Tea nnd Sul phur. Whenever her hair took on that dull, faded or streaked ap pearance, this simple mixture was applied with wonderful effect. By asking at any drug store for ‘’Wy eth's Sago nnd Sulphur Compound,” you will get a large bottle of this old-time rei Ipe, Improved by the ad dition of other ingredients, all rendy to use, for about T»n cents. This'sim ple mixture can bo depended upon I to restore natural color and beauty i to the bnlr. A well-known downtown druggist nays everybody uses Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur Compound now be-j c^use It darkens no naturally and '‘venly that nobody can tell It lias been applied- it's so easy to use, i ’too. You simply dampen a comb or soft bruab nnd draw tt through your hair, taking one strand ut ti time. By morning the gray hair disap pears: after another application or two, it is restored to its natural color and looka glossy, soft and beautiful. Thla preparation la a de lightful toilet requisite. It la not intended fop the cure, mitigation or prevention of disease.—(udv.) ANNUAL MEETING OF CON FEDER ATE VETERANS McKinney, tpx., s«pt. is.—The | 25th annual meeting of the I'ulted Confederate Veterans of Texus will assemble at Terrell, Texas, on Oc tober 5th and 0th, lftlfi. The people of Terrell extend a moHt cordial Invitation and heurty welcome such as you have received at all reunions. Koch year your coming Is greeted with Intensified love and eflteetn. The nobility ofi southern soldiers and southern poo-! pie continues to receive increasing! ; historical recognition and conflrma , tion. In these annual meetings j southern soldiers meet and rejoice I together as only soldiers can rejoice Their wives, sons nnd daughters j come and enjoy most generous hos . pitallty. At our national reunion in litr I mlngham, Alabama, during the i month of May, the matchless peo ; t>I« of this wonderful city, set a pace 1 of loving service and uurtvaled hos | pitallty in honor of Confederate Vet ! erans. Thousands of beautiful homes with luxurious service' In that won derful city were free to soldiers and thdr friends. An army of trained, loyal Boy Scouts were present, at all ,imes and everywhere, with help ful, loving hands to guarantee safe ty, comfort and pleasure to every soldier and every visitor. Hotels, merchants and citizens of every class; conspired successfully to uiuke Joy! •ipre:o* C”. ell earth supply a ]i<s;r to B -.u i if ham f Woshiagion City la our next meet ing place. We bide the time to see[ what the national capital holds in4 pitoHininoxTHT ni:« omkm miikiuh of MONTANA COUNTY MISSOULA. Mont.. Sept 1*. —J. W. Jon*-*, a prohlblttontat, and the one boat rifle shot In the state, became county sher iff today, lie wan elected with* out opposition last mnntli. In view of a lack of opponents, county official* tried to pet him to put hU nutue on some other ticket, for, it bclnn Montana, there were no other prohibi tion aspirants. That would have saved the county $Sl>. Out Jones wouldn’t do It. 1U SAX store for southern people. At our meeting In Terrell n large; ilelegntlon It expected from all parts of Texas, especially from the homes for veterans and their wives at Aus tin. Texas The purpose of these reunions Is fraternal, historical and charitable. Confederate veterans are rapidly consigning (heir work to the sacred, authority of Daughters and Sons of! the Confederacy, w’hnse loyalty and devotion to southern Ideals know no bounds. Every ramp and every chapter Is Importuned to send representatives to this great reunion at Terrell. last us meet and arrange to send a large duiegatfon of veterans, sons and daughters to Washington City, where, they may have the greatest Joy^ of; thoir lives. Tills annual meeting gives oppor- j tunity to discuss and promote many | urgent demands for work, such us1 caring fur those In need, establish ing truth In history, higher and, nobler ideals in nduc itlon. In duties anil obligations, In love of country and in service of humanity. E. M. KIRKPATRICK, Commanding Third Brigade. Third Division, r, C. V. (JKIIM.W t’OMI’OSKIt OK JAP NATIONAL A NTH KM IH llt'.VU ; TOKIO, Sept. 18. -Frau* Kckert, j composer of tbo music of the Japa nese national nuthem, is dead The authorship of the “Kimlgayo,’' Ja- \ pan's Htur Spangled Manner, Is dis puted, but Japanese authorities ud iiiIt this Teuton had a claim upon the song's composition. Kckert, It Is known here today, died recently In Seoul, Korea. He was l»4. When foreign music first i was Introduced into Japan In 1877 j lie was one of the leaders in eiitab- | Ushlng Its popularity In Tokyo and | other leading cities of the Kmpire. At first Kckert was attached to the navy office but later was m ans- j ferred to court, where he succeed- j ed an American named Fenton as chief of the Western music of the court. In 1879 a number of compositions, from which ono was to be selected ! as the nation?,! air of Japr,n, were j submitted to the court of musicians, j I TIIIM IS HOW LAKOK ottr portion* look in comparison with what you set elsewhere. Nor do wo sacrifice quality to quantity. Nfxt time you have that ire cream yearn ing phono the Kl-t'o and order your favorite flavor. You will be given a luscious fioren dellclouaneaa as will make you regret that you ever a pent tiny of your ice cream money any where but at Bl-Co’a. -Co Ice Cream Supreme Old Phone 63 New Phone 62 i According to one story. Eckert | picked one written by n Japanese, ‘■rmnudhed" it and sent it forth as tho •Kimlgayo" of today. It !» gen erally conceded, however, that the '♦treater pr.rt of tho mush' was writ ten by the German himself. . — . ».»- ^ ISISII jr. h. war hmiiTMKirr RKNIJR IHM TOH TO HI AM TOKIO. Japau, Sept. 18.—Dr. R. W. Mendelson of New Turk city is on his way from here to Siam today hs u representative of the Unitud States war department, to take the Inline** out of the Stamere by fcUi lr,g off their over nupply of hook; worms. The government of Siam uskeil him to do It. After Investigating the cause pf so much laziness in Siam the gov ernment decided it was tbw hook worm that caused It and asked the war department to send a doctor to set tho country right with Industry and energy. Dfr. Msudelson was one of tho American physician sent to Serbia to fight the typhus epidemic early in IW1S. After the fall of Hclcrad* he made tho Retreat across Serbia with ilie regiment to which ho was at tached. *■ ' Kvery day people are hunting rooms to rent. If you have nfbrn rooms thsn you are using, why not leasts them to some one? Let the I tally Light want column find you occupants for them. tf If you want to buy, sell or ex change anything you may have, tho quickest way is to use The Daily Light want column. If You probably know what you want i ntII you get it. A Cold in the Chest 23^£S^fc335 besides it makes you feel bad. To get rid of the misery, take BALLARD’S HOREHOUND SYRUP It Is a Fine Relieving Remedy It is good for colds settled in the lungs. Loss of Voice, Hoarseness, Soreness in the Bronchial tubes. Hard Coughs. Congestion in the Lungs. It is soothing and healing and very comforting to the sufferer. Price 28c, SOc and 91.00 par Bolt la Buy the SI 00 sire. You gu fivr tm.r, aa much aa tbe 25t tut. and you get lice with each buttle a Dt. Herrick's Capsicum Busier tur the chest. JAS. r. BALLARD, Proprietor ST. LOUIS, MO. 8or »aie by Curtin’s Two Drur Stores.